Enodeer must have the patience of Job. We didn't have a solid idea for our album cover, so Enodeer provided us with different concepts until he struck the right tone we liked. After a few tweaks to the art, we had a winner. This is our 3rd gig with Enodeer and we'll continue to use him. We are a repeat customer.. for a reason.
- Derek Stylez
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Who are you known as?
The Generational Imperative, Inc.
What industry do you think your business is most related to?
Entertainment & The Arts
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My company is producing a single, one-hour television program that will air in the U.S.
What inspires you and how do you envision the design for your business?
For a Powerpoint slide, I seek an illustration that shows how ruthless, rich, and powerful corporate executives treat their workers ruthlessly, lay them off without warning, and ravage their lives. I want an illustration that will show a "teeter-totter": sitting on one end of the teeter-totter is a rich, powerful white male executive in an expensive suit, perhaps wearing an expensive wristwatch and/or ring, with his legs spread wide, grinning or laughing joyously because he is so rich and powerful (and to the viewer of this illustration, an obnoxious jerk). His end of the teeter-totter is up high, while the other end of the teeter-totter is down on the ground, where a bunch of blue-collar workers - men, women, white and black, wearing clothing and hard hats that indicate blue-collar workers, not white-collar executives - have all crashed into a big pile of suffering, desperation, and anger. The illustration's message is this: the executive has ruined the lives of his employees in order to become rich; he has sent his employees' jobs overseas to a cheaper labor country or laid them off for some other reason. The message is also this: in America, the rich executives are getting extremely richer while America's "Bottom 85 Percent" are struggling to have any control over their lives and any job security.
Sorry, but this is a job for this weekend. I need to have this image by Monday morning, May 17, by 10AM Eastern Time USA. I'm attaching a Wall Street Journal illustration that conveys the same message. In fact, if it will enable you to finish this by the deadline, you can replicate the Wall Street Journal illustration but not in a way that would infringe upon its copyrighted illustration.